*Western: Two 1957 entries in the Western field were the Kid From Dodge City and the Kid from Texas, neither of which really got a chance to catch on, as both ended with their respective second issues, despite having the same quality as the rest of the Atlas Western line. The Kid From Dodge City featured early art by Don Heck, an often-underestimated artist because of the high volume of rushed work he did in the 1970s, but back then he was an illustrator more in the Caniffesque tradition. The Kid From Texas was drawn by Bob Powell, with covers by Severin and Heath. Oddly for the frugal publisher, neither title was renamed from or into any other series, so this ‘pair of pairs’ remain odd cut-off trails on the dusty paths of the Western genre. Depicted: Kid From Texas #1 FN+ £38; details on the others in our online catalogue.